Raj: Excuse me, I can't be drinking, I'm about to make an important scientific discovery here!
Howard:What? Galileo did his best work while drinking wine!
Raj: How do you know that?
Howard: He was Italian, it's a reasonable assumption.
Raj: Dude, can you even open your mouth without saying a cultural stereotype?
Howard: I'm sorry Galileo drank diet sprite!
John Hannah or this year's left guard. Our current left tackle may pass both of them.
"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, Give me Liberty, or give me Death!" Patrick Henry
The positions on a football team have such different duties its really hard to say if the quarterback or linebacker is a better player.
Harry Gilmer.Invented the jump pass.Ive got him on the top bracket.Derrick Thomas is the most dominate player of my lifetime.Ive got him vs Harry in 1 semi final.Ill take John Hannah on the top right and Julio Jones with all due respect to Mr. Hudson on the bottom right.So my final 4 are Gilmer vs Thomas and Hannah vs Julio Jones.
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Dwight Stevenson would be too small now to be effective.
No linebacker made more tackles per game than Leroy Jordan, but few saw him play and the number gets smaller each year.
You know you're the greatest college football team when you have a hard time, very hard time figuring out who's the greatest.
Hard to say. Got a lot of good ones. How bout number 97-Bisquit
"Bryant can take his'n and beat your'n, and then he can turn around and take your'n and beat his'n." -- Houston Oiler head coach Bum Phillips, who played for coach Bryant
Derrick Thomas would get my vote although John Hannah, Don Hutson, and Lee Roy Jordan were all great, great players. Kerry Goode might have been the greatest had he not had the devastating knee injury his sophomore year.
Depends on the criteria being used. If we're talking about accomplishments as a college player, AJ McCarron has to be up there. If he wins three straight as a starting QB, he's one of the best COLLEGE football players of all time, not just at Alabama.
Barrett Jones has to be high on my list